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Color-changing smart material sensor to alert user to get out of sun

(University of Southern California) A researcher at the USC Viterbi School of Engineering has developed a color-changing wearable that can notify users of their total ultraviolet radiation exposure. The wearable allows people to achieve a balance: They can get Vitamin D without getting sunburnt and becoming more at-risk for skin cancer.
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